Decisions

Use the below search options at the bottom of the page to find information regarding recent executive decisions that have been taken by the council’s executive decision making bodies, such as the Cabinet Meeting, individual Cabinet Members, Area Committees or the Council Meeting itself.

Decisions published

26/01/2023 - Park Use Application - Lumb Lane Paws and Play 01/05/2023 ref: 6113    For Determination

Decision Maker: Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

Made at meeting: 26/01/2023 - Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

Decision published: 27/01/2023

Effective from: 03/02/2023

Decision:

The Area Committee has given approval to an application received from Wendy Green to hold the annual Paws and Play event in Lumb Lane Park on Monday 1st May 2023, subject to the event organiser obtaining the correct permissions including Health and Safety paperwork, insurances, site plan and payment of agreed fees and charges.

Wards affected: Bramhall South & Woodford;

Lead officer: Emma Warrington


26/01/2023 - Park Use Application - Bramhall Park Duck Race 21/05/2023 ref: 6114    For Determination

Decision Maker: Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

Made at meeting: 26/01/2023 - Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

Decision published: 27/01/2023

Effective from: 03/02/2023

Decision:

The Area Committee has given approval to an application received from Bramhall and Woodford Rotary Club to hold their annual Duck Race and Family Fun Day event in Bramhall Park on Sunday 21st May 2023, subject to the event organiser obtaining the correct permissions including a Temporary Events Notice, Health and Safety paperwork, insurances and payment of agreed fees and charges.

Wards affected: Bramhall North;

Lead officer: Emma Warrington


26/01/2023 - Ward Flexibility Funding - Hursthead Outdoor Spaces Society ref: 6109    For Determination

Decision Maker: Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

Made at meeting: 26/01/2023 - Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

Decision published: 27/01/2023

Effective from: 03/02/2023

Decision:

The Area Committee has given approval to an application received from Hursthead Outdoor Spaces Society for a grant of £600 from the Ward Flexibility Budget (£100 from Bramhall South & Woodford and £500 from Cheadle Hulme South) towards the cost of improving Thorn Grove Park by replacing play equipment, creating a safe space for local people to meet and purchasing a noticeboard to keep the public updated of upcoming plans.

Lead officer: Georgia Latham


26/01/2023 - Ward Flexibility Funding - I Am Wendy Green ref: 6108    For Determination

Decision Maker: Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

Made at meeting: 26/01/2023 - Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

Decision published: 27/01/2023

Effective from: 03/02/2023

Decision:

The Area Committee has given approval to an application received from I Am Wendy Green for a grant of £750 from the Ward Flexibility Budget (£500 from Bramhall South & Woodford, £250 from Bramhall North ward allocations) towards the cost of running a Paws and Play dog show and family fun day for local residents and the wider community.

Lead officer: Georgia Latham


26/01/2023 - Ward Flexibility Funding - Bee Sober CIC ref: 6107    For Determination

Decision Maker: Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

Made at meeting: 26/01/2023 - Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

Decision published: 27/01/2023

Effective from: 03/02/2023

Decision:

The Area Committee has given approval to an application received from Bee Sober CIC for a grant of £70.50 from the Ward Flexibility Budget (£23.50 from Bramhall North, £23.50 from Bramhall South & Woodford and £23.50 from Cheadle Hulme South wards allocation) towards the cost of organising walk and talk events, supplying refreshments, and the printing of leaflets and posters to increase awareness to support those in recovery.

Lead officer: Georgia Latham


25/01/2023 - Pedestrian Crossing on Dale Road ref: 6104    For Determination

Decision Maker: Marple Area Committee

Made at meeting: 25/01/2023 - Marple Area Committee

Decision published: 27/01/2023

Effective from: 03/02/2023

Decision:

The Area Committee has given approval to the introduction of a pedestrian dropped crossing on Dale Road, as shown on Drawing No: NM18-6372-000, as appended to the report, at a cost of £3,650 to be funded from the Area Committee’s Delegated Budget (Marple North ward allocation).

Wards affected: Marple North;

Lead officer: Gemma Brady


26/01/2023 - SIDS Update 2023 ref: 6111    For Determination

Decision Maker: Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

Made at meeting: 26/01/2023 - Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

Decision published: 27/01/2023

Effective from: 03/02/2023

Decision:

The Area Committee has authorised the Director of Place Management to determine the locations for the installation of mobile speed indicator devices within the Bramhall North, Bramhall South & Woodford and Cheadle Hulme South wards (four locations per ward) following consultation with the Highway Ward Spokespersons.

Lead officer: Adam Meadowcroft


26/01/2023 - Ward Flexibility Funding - Drawing Board Productions CIC ref: 6110    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

Made at meeting: 26/01/2023 - Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

Decision published: 27/01/2023

Effective from: 03/02/2023

Decision:

The Area Committee has declined to make a grant to Drawing Board Productions on this occasion on the grounds that it was felt there was insufficient information in the application to be able to justify the making of a grant. 

Lead officer: Georgia Latham


25/01/2023 - Ward Flexibility Funding - Bee Sober CIC ref: 6102    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Marple Area Committee

Made at meeting: 25/01/2023 - Marple Area Committee

Decision published: 27/01/2023

Effective from: 03/02/2023

Decision:

The Area Committee has given approval to an application from Bee Sober CIC for a grant of £56.40 from the Ward Flexibility Budget (£28.20 from Marple North and £28.20 from Marple South ward allocations) towards the cost of organising walk and talk events, supplying refreshments, and the printing of leaflets and posters to increase awareness to support those in recovery.

Lead officer: Charles Yankiah


26/01/2023 - Ward Flexibility Funding - Brazilian Festival ref: 6106    For Determination

Decision Maker: Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

Made at meeting: 26/01/2023 - Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

Decision published: 27/01/2023

Effective from: 03/02/2023

Decision:

The Area Committee has declined to make a grant to Brazilian Festival on this occasion on the grounds that it was felt there was insufficient information in the application to be able to justify the making of a grant.  

Lead officer: Georgia Latham


26/01/2023 - ITB Ramillies Avenue Traffic Calming ref: 6112    For Determination

Decision Maker: Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

Made at meeting: 26/01/2023 - Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

Decision published: 27/01/2023

Effective from: 03/02/2023

Decision:

The Area Committee has given approval to the proposals associated with the ITB – Ramilies Estate Scheme and to the legal advertising of the Traffic Regulation Orders contained in Appendix A to the report and, subject to no objections being received within 21 days of the advertisement date, the subsequent making of the orders to be funded from the ITB budget.

Wards affected: Cheadle Hulme South;

Lead officer: Caroline Aylmer-Shanks, Nick Whelan


26/01/2023 - Ward Flexibility Funding – Shaw Heath Ladies Bowling Club ref: 6101    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Assistant Director - Legal & Democratic Governance

Decision published: 27/01/2023

Effective from: 26/01/2023

Decision:

The Assistant Director - Legal and Democratic Governance and Monitoring Officer has given approval to an application from Shaw Heath Ladies Bowling Club for a grant of £100 from the Ward Flexibility Fund budget (Edgeley and Cheadle Heath ward allocation) towards the cost of a set of bowling jacks to enable bowling to take place next season.

The ward councillors have been consulted on this grant allocation and are in agreement that it be made.

Lead officer: Charlotte Griffin


25/01/2023 - SIDS Update 2023 ref: 6105    For Determination

Decision Maker: Marple Area Committee

Made at meeting: 25/01/2023 - Marple Area Committee

Decision published: 27/01/2023

Effective from: 03/02/2023

Decision:

The Area Committee has authorised the Director of Place Management to determine the locations for the installation of mobile speed indicator devices within the Marple North and Marple South & High Lane wards (four locations per ward) following consultation with the Highways Ward Spokespersons.

Wards affected: Marple North; Marple South & High Lane;

Lead officer: Adam Meadowcroft


25/01/2023 - Proposed Traffic Regulation Order 'No Waiting At Any Time' - Plane Tree Close, Wood Lane and Woodville Drive ref: 6103    For Determination

Decision Maker: Marple Area Committee

Made at meeting: 25/01/2023 - Marple Area Committee

Decision published: 27/01/2023

Effective from: 03/02/2023

Decision:

The Area Committee has given approval to the legal advertising of the following Traffic Regulation Orders and, subject to no objections being received within 21 days from the advertisement date, the subsequent making of the orders at a cost of £800 to be funded from the Area Committee’s Delegated Budget (Marple South & High Lane ward allocation only):-

 

 ‘No Waiting At Any Time’

 

Plane Tree Close, Marple, East side; From its intersection with the northern kerb line of Wood Lane in a northerly direction for a distance of 18 metres.

 

Plane Tree Close, Marple, West side; From its intersection with the north eastern kerb line of Wood Lane in a northerly direction for a distance of 14 metres.

 

Wood Lane, Marple, North side; From its intersection with the eastern kerb line of Plane Tree Close in an easterly direction for a distance of 14 metres.

 

Wood Lane, Marple, North east side; From its intersection with the western kerb line of Plane Tree Close in a north westerly direction for a distance of 16.5 metres.

 

Wood Lane, Marple, South side; From its intersection with the eastern kerb line of Woodville Drive in an easterly direction for a distance of 12 metres.

 

Wood Lane, Marple, South west side; From its intersection with the eastern kerb line of Woodville Drive in a north westerly direction for a distance of 18 metres Woodville Drive, Marple, West side; From its intersection with the south western kerb line of Wood Lane in a south westerly direction for a distance of 17.5 metres.

 

Woodville Drive, Marple, East side; From its intersection with the southern kerb line of Wood Lane in a south westerly direction for a distance of 10 metres.

Wards affected: Marple South & High Lane;

Lead officer: Gemma Brady


23/01/2023 - Ward Flexibility Funding - Friends of Heaton Moor Park ref: 6088    For Determination

Decision Maker: Heatons & Reddish Area Committee

Made at meeting: 23/01/2023 - Heatons & Reddish Area Committee

Decision published: 26/01/2023

Effective from: 02/02/2023

Decision:

The Area Committee has given approval to an application received from the Friends of Heaton Moor Park for a grant of £757 from the Ward Flexibility Budget (£500 from Heatons North and £257 from Heatons South ward allocations) towards the cost of grounds maintenance equipment.

Lead officer: Charles Yankiah


24/01/2023 - Bulkeley Road, Newboult Road and New Hey Road, Cheadle - residents permit parking consultation results ref: 6100    For Determination

Decision Maker: Cheadle Area Committee

Made at meeting: 24/01/2023 - Cheadle Area Committee

Decision published: 26/01/2023

Effective from: 02/02/2023

Decision:

The Area Committee has given approval to Network Management’s commendation that no further action be taken in relation to the introduction of a residents permit parking scheme on Bulkeley Road, Newboult Road and New Hey Road, Cheadle, and to the return of the £3,000 funding previously allocated from the Cheadle and Gatley Delegated Ward Budget to progress a scheme, to the ward budget, due to the discontinuation of the scheme.

Wards affected: Cheadle & Gatley;

Lead officer: Noel Nhengu


24/01/2023 - Parks Event Application - Family Funfair at Torkington Park 29th June - 2nd July 2023 ref: 6093    For Determination

Decision Maker: Stepping Hill Area Committee

Made at meeting: 24/01/2023 - Stepping Hill Area Committee

Decision published: 26/01/2023

Effective from: 02/02/2023

Decision:

The Area Committee has given approval to an application received by the Council from Morleys Funfair to hold a Family Funfair at Torkington Park on 29 June - 2 July 2023, subject to the organiser producing the appropriate health & safety documentation, insurances being in place and paying the fee.

Wards affected: Hazel Grove;

Lead officer: Jacky Budd


23/01/2023 - Parks Event Application - May Day on the Meadow 2023 at Tangshutt Fields ref: 6096    For Determination

Decision Maker: Werneth Area Committee

Made at meeting: 23/01/2023 - Werneth Area Committee

Decision published: 26/01/2023

Effective from: 02/02/2023

Decision:

The Area Committee has given approval to an application received from the Friends of Tangshutt Fields to hold a ‘May Day on the Meadow’ event at Tangshutt Fields on the 1 May 2023 subject to all appropriate paperwork and licences being obtained and submitted to the Council at least one week prior to the event taking place.

Wards affected: Bredbury Green & Romiley;

Lead officer: Jacky Budd


23/01/2023 - David Street, Reddish - Proposed Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) (Residents Permit Parking Scheme) ref: 6089    For Determination

Decision Maker: Heatons & Reddish Area Committee

Made at meeting: 23/01/2023 - Heatons & Reddish Area Committee

Decision published: 26/01/2023

Effective from: 02/02/2023

Decision:

The Area Committee has given approval to the legal advertising of the following Traffic Regulation Order and, subject to the receipt of no objections within 21 days of the advertisement date, the subsequent making of the order:-

 

Proposed (TRO), Residents permit holders parking only at all times

 

David Street, Reddish

 

South side - From its interception with the east kerb line of Bedford Street in an easterly direction to its cul-de-sac end at the emergency entrance to St. Joseph’s Primary School.

 

North side – From its interception with the east kerb line of the unadopted/private street in an easterly direction to its cul-de-sac end at the emergency entrance to St. Joseph’s Primary School.

Wards affected: Reddish North;

Lead officer: Noel Nhengu


23/01/2023 - SIDS Update 2023 ref: 6094    For Determination

Decision Maker: Werneth Area Committee

Made at meeting: 23/01/2023 - Werneth Area Committee

Decision published: 26/01/2023

Effective from: 02/02/2023

Decision:

The Area Committee has authorised the Director of Place Management to determine the locations for the installation of mobile speed indicator devices within the Bredbury & Woodley and Bredbury Green & Romiley wards (four locations per ward) following consultation with the Highway Ward Spokespersons.

Lead officer: Adam Meadowcroft


24/01/2023 - SIDS Update 2023 ref: 6095    For Determination

Decision Maker: Stepping Hill Area Committee

Made at meeting: 24/01/2023 - Stepping Hill Area Committee

Decision published: 26/01/2023

Effective from: 02/02/2023

Decision:

The Area Committee has authorised the Director of Place Management to determine the locations for the installation of mobile speed indicator devices within the Hazel Grove, Offerton and Stepping Hill wards (four locations per ward) following consultation with the Highway Ward Spokespersons.

Lead officer: Adam Meadowcroft


23/01/2023 - SIDS Update 2023 ref: 6098    For Determination

Decision Maker: Heatons & Reddish Area Committee

Made at meeting: 23/01/2023 - Heatons & Reddish Area Committee

Decision published: 26/01/2023

Effective from: 02/02/2023

Decision:

The Area Committee has authorised the Director of Place Management to determine the locations for the installation of mobile speed indicator devices within the Heatons North, Heatons South, Reddish North and Reddish South wards (four locations per ward) following consultation with the Highway Ward Spokespersons.

Lead officer: Adam Meadowcroft


24/01/2023 - Speed Indicator Devices Update 2023 ref: 6099    For Determination

Decision Maker: Cheadle Area Committee

Made at meeting: 24/01/2023 - Cheadle Area Committee

Decision published: 26/01/2023

Effective from: 02/02/2023

Decision:

The Area Committee has authorised the Director of Place Management to determine the locations for the installation of mobile speed indicator devices within the Cheadle and Gatley, Cheadle Hulme North and Heald Green wards (four locations per ward) following consultation with the Highway Ward Spokespersons.

Lead officer: Adam Meadowcroft


23/01/2023 - Road Safety Around Schools - All Saints Primary School ref: 6090    For Determination

Decision Maker: Heatons & Reddish Area Committee

Made at meeting: 23/01/2023 - Heatons & Reddish Area Committee

Decision published: 26/01/2023

Effective from: 02/02/2023

Decision:

The Area Committee has given approval to the legal advertisement of the following Traffic Regulation Orders and, subject to the receipt of no objections within 21 days of the advertisement date, the subsequent making of the orders and associated signage; implementation of dropped kerbs with tactile paving; provision of bollards and new school warning signs to be funded form the Road Safety Around Schools Programme budget:-

 

NO WAITING AT ANY TIME

 

Extent Lloyd Street (Eastern Side)

From a point 18m north of the intersection of the northern kerbline of Colin Road to a point 8m south of the intersection of the southern kerbline of Colin Road.

 

Colin Road (Both Sides)

From the intersection of the eastern kerbline of Lloyd Street for a distance of 8m in an easterly direction.

 

Lloyd Street (Eastern Side)

From a point 4m north of the intersection of the northern kerbline of Bardsley Street to a point 6m south of the intersection of the southern kerbline of Bardsley Street.

 

Bardsley Street (Northern Side)

From the intersection of the eastern kerbline of Lloyd Street for a distance of 13.5m in an easterly direction.

 

Bardsley Street (Northern Side)

From the intersection of the eastern kerbline of Lloyd Street for a distance of 15m in an easterly direction.

 

Lloyd Street (Eastern Side)

From a point 6m north of the intersection of the northern kerbline of Samuel Street to a point 6m south of the intersection of the southern kerbline of Samuel Street.

 

Samuel Street (Both Sides)

From the intersection of the eastern kerbline of Lloyd Street for a distance of 13.5m in an easterly direction.

 

Lloyd Street (Eastern Side)

From a point 2.5m north of the intersection of the northern kerbline of Samuel Street to a point 6m south of the intersection of the southern kerbline of Samuel Street.

 

Farmer Street (Both Sides)

From the intersection of the eastern kerbline of Lloyd Street for a distance of 6m in an easterly direction.

 

NO WAITING AND NO LOADING MONDAY TO FRIDAY 8AM – 5PM

 

Churchill Street

From a point 1m north of the projected intersection of the northern building line of number 66 on the eastern kerbline, around the turning head to a point 6.5m south of the projected intersection of the northern building

Lead officer: Caroline Aylmer-Shanks


24/01/2023 - Parks Event Application - Circus Starr at Torkington Park 10th June 2023 ref: 6092    For Determination

Decision Maker: Stepping Hill Area Committee

Made at meeting: 24/01/2023 - Stepping Hill Area Committee

Decision published: 26/01/2023

Effective from: 02/02/2023

Decision:

The Area Committee has given approval to an application received by the Council from Circus Starr to hold a circus at Torkington Park on Saturday 10 June 2023, subject to the organiser producing the appropriate papers: event plan, health and safety documentation, licenses and insurances, and paying the fee.

Wards affected: Hazel Grove;

Lead officer: Jacky Budd


24/01/2023 - Babbacombe Road & Oakland Road, Offerton ref: 6091    For Determination

Decision Maker: Stepping Hill Area Committee

Made at meeting: 24/01/2023 - Stepping Hill Area Committee

Decision published: 26/01/2023

Effective from: 02/02/2023

Decision:

The Area Committee has given approval to the legal advertising of the following Traffic Regulation Orders and, subject to the receipt of no objections within 21 days of the advertisement date, the subsequent making of the following orders at a cost of £760 to be funded from the Area Committee’s Delegated Budget (Offerton ward allocation):-

 

No Waiting at Any Time:

 

Babbacombe Road

Both sides from the South Eastern kerb line of Oakland Avenue for a distance of 10 metres in a South Easterly direction.

 

Oakland Avenue

South Eastern side from a point 10 metres South West of the South Western kerb line of Babbacombe Road in a North Easterly direction to a point 12 metres North East of the North Eastern kerb line of Babbacombe Road (to tie-in with the aforementioned).

Wards affected: Offerton;

Lead officer: Max Townsend


24/01/2023 - Parks Event Application - Hazel Grove Carnival 15th July 2023 ref: 6097    For Determination

Decision Maker: Stepping Hill Area Committee

Made at meeting: 24/01/2023 - Stepping Hill Area Committee

Decision published: 26/01/2023

Effective from: 02/02/2023

Decision:

The Area Committee has given approval to an application received by the Council for the Hazel Grove Carnival to be held at Torkington Park on Saturday 15 July 2023, subject to the organiser producing the appropriate papers: event plan, health and safety documentation, licenses and insurances, and paying the fee.

Wards affected: Hazel Grove;

Lead officer: Jacky Budd


23/01/2023 - Consideration of the Discontinuance of St Mary's RC Primary School ref: 6087    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Chief Executive

Decision published: 23/01/2023

Effective from: 23/01/2023

Decision:

The Chief Executive and Director of Education, Work & Skills are recommended to give approval to the pausing of considerations of the discontinuance of St Mary’s RC Primary School until June 2023 at which point, should it be necessary, a further officer decision will be taken regarding the progress of the discontinuance process.

Lead officer: Christopher Harland


23/01/2023 - Ward Flexibility Funding – Drawing Board Productions CIC ref: 6086    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Strategic Head of Service & Monitoring Officer (Legal and Democratic Governance)

Decision published: 23/01/2023

Effective from: 23/01/2023

Decision:

The Assistant Director - Legal and Democratic Governance and Monitoring Officer has given approval to an application from Drawing Board Productions CIC for a grant of £100 from the Ward Flexibility Fund budget (Edgeley and Cheadle Heath ward allocation) towards the cost of the first issue of a community newspaper ‘Arts & Culture Stockport’ that aims to increase the visibility and awareness of the arts and culture sector within Stockport.

The ward councillors have been consulted on this grant allocation and are in agreement that it be made.

Lead officer: Charlotte Griffin


12/01/2023 - Business Rates and Council Tax Discounts Annual Review ref: 6084    Recommendations Approved

The cabinet will be asked to consider and agree the discounts and support available in respect of Business Rates and Council Tax for the Year 2023/24.

Decision Maker: Council Meeting

Made at meeting: 12/01/2023 - Council Meeting

Decision published: 20/01/2023

Effective from: 12/01/2023

Decision:

The Council Meeting has given approval to the following in respect of the Council Tax and Business rates Discounts and Exemptions:-

 

(1) That the CASC Top-up scheme be continued for the year 2023/24, enabling CASCs to achieve 100% relief from Non-Domestic Rates, provided they meet the qualifying criteria at Appendix 2.

 

(2) That Charity Relief remains limited to the 80% Mandatory Relief for the year 2023/24.

 

(3) That Rural Rate Relief continues to be limited to 50% Mandatory Relief for the year 2023/24 and should any village shops be established in the future then additional discretionary relief should be awarded up to 100%.

 

(4) That the 50% discount and qualifying criteria for Not-for-Profit organisations be maintained for the year 2023/24.

 

(5) That the local scheme for large businesses which are new to the Borough or those undergoing significant expansion in the Borough be continued for 2023/24.

 

(6) That the continuation of a case-by-case approach for Business Rates discounts where exceptional circumstances exist be continued for 2023/24. It is unlikely that Exceptional Circumstances Relief would be awarded to an organisation which was in receipt of support from the Council, either grant funded or commissioned.

 

(7) That the Council continues to no longer offer a Council Tax discount in respect of unoccupied and unfurnished properties for 2023/24.

 

(8) That the maximum Council Tax premium charges continue to be applied in respect of unoccupied and unfurnished properties at the rates shown at para 4.3.3 for 2023/24.

 

(9) That any Council Tax liability for care leavers up to the age of 25 be reduced to zero for 2023/24.

 

(10) That Stockport’s Council Tax Support scheme is maintained for 2023/24 as detailed at Appendix 5.

 

(11) That the Council Tax discretionary fund is set at £0.385m for 2023/24, supporting customers facing financial difficulty, with no alternative means. 

 

(12) That delegation is given to the Deputy Chief Executive in consultation with the Cabinet Member for Finance and Resources to review and adjust the Council Tax discretionary fund during 2023/24 capped at a total fund of £0.500m if required, to support the Council’s cost-of-living response.

 

(13) That the Revenues & Benefits Discretionary Support Policy at Appendix 6 is endorsed for 2023/24.

 

(14) That approval be given to the setting of the Council’s 2023/24 Council Tax Taxbase at 97,533.30 Band D equivalent dwellings.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Jonathan Davies


12/01/2023 - Treasury Management Strategy and Annual Investment Strategy Mid-Year Review Report 2022/23 ref: 6083    For Determination

This report provides Cabinet with a mid-year review of the Council’s Treasury Management Strategy Statement (TMSS) and Annual Investment Strategy (AIS) for 2022/23.

Decision Maker: Council Meeting

Made at meeting: 12/01/2023 - Council Meeting

Decision published: 20/01/2023

Effective from: 12/01/2023

Decision:

The Council meeting has:-

 

(1) Noted the report and the treasury activity in the first half of the financial year.

 

(2) Noted the revised interest rate forecasts for PWLB rates over the short and medium term, which will drive the Council’s long-term borrowing strategies going forward.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Lorna Soufian


06/01/2023 - City Region Sustainable Transport Settlement Heaton Chapel ref: 6085    For Determination

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Economy & Regeneration

Decision published: 20/01/2023

Effective from: 27/01/2023

Decision:

(1) The Cabinet Member for Economy & Regeneration has given approval to the following scheme elements:-

 

(i)            Scheme 1 – Improvements at the A6 / Manchester Road Junction including incorporation of Toucan crossings;

(ii)           Scheme 2 – New Toucan crossing on the A6 at Heathfield Road / Cambridge Road including retaining two way working on the side roads;

(iii)         Scheme 3a - Improvements at the A6 / School Lane / Heaton Moor Road Junction as detailed in the report;

(iv)         Scheme 4a – Improvement at the Manchester Road / School Lane Junction as detailed in the report;

(v)          Scheme 4c – Cycleways at Manchester Road and School Lane / Broadstone Road but with the Manchester Road cycleways in the form of footway/cycleways;

(vi)         Scheme 5 – Cycleways on School Lane and Toucan crossing on Broadstone Road between Nelstrop Road and Downham Road modified to reduce impact on parking;

(vii)        Scheme 6 – 20mph speed limit on residential streets as listed in the report;

(viii)       Scheme 7 – Side road entry treatments as listed in the report; and

(ix)         Scheme 8 – Bus stop improvements as listed in the report but not moving the Southbound stop on School Lane.

 

(2) The Cabinet Member for Economy & Regeneration has given approval to the legal advertising of the associated Traffic Regulations as detailed below, and subject to the receipt of no objections within 21 days, the subsequent making of the orders:-

 

Revocations

 

Prohibition of Right Turn

Wellington Road North/Heaton Moor Road and Wellington Road North/Manchester Road (Prohibition of Right-hand Turns) Order.

 

Proposed

 

Prohibition of Right Turn

Wellington Road North into Manchester Road.

 

20MPH Speed Limit

Blackford Road – For the entire length of the road.

Weybrook Road – For the entire length of the road.

Meadows Road – For the entire length of the road.

Highbury Road – For the entire length of the road.

Roxton Road – For the entire length of the road.

Milwain Drive – For the entire length of the road.

Langdale Road – For the entire length of the road.

Norfolk Avenue – For the entire length of the road.

Howard Avenue – For the entire length of the road.

Alford Road - For the entire length of the road.

Woodbourne Road - For the entire length of the road.

Alstone Road - For the entire length of the road.

Chandos Road - For the entire length of the road.

Ellesmere Road North - For the entire length of the road.

Egerton Road North - For the entire length of the road.

Southgate – For the entire length of the road.

Heathfield Avenue - For the entire length of the road.

Claremont Avenue - For the entire length of the road.

Holly Road - For the entire length of the road.

Cambridge Road - For the entire length of the road.

Abney Road - For the entire length of the road.

Weston Grove – For the entire length of the road.

Lynwood Grove – For the entire length of the road

Lead officer: Nick Whelan


18/01/2023 - St Catherine's Church ref: 6079    For Determination

Decision Maker: Brookfield Park Shiers Family Trust Sub-Committee

Made at meeting: 18/01/2023 - Brookfield Park Shiers Family Trust Sub-Committee

Decision published: 19/01/2023

Effective from: 26/01/2023

Decision:

The Sub-Committee has given to an application from St Catherine’s Church, Cheadle, for a grant of £2,500 towards the cost of a set of automatic doors in the foyer of St Catherine’s Church.

Lead officer: Charlotte Griffin


18/01/2023 - Abney Scout & Guide Training and Residential Centre ref: 6078    For Determination

Decision Maker: Brookfield Park Shiers Family Trust Sub-Committee

Made at meeting: 18/01/2023 - Brookfield Park Shiers Family Trust Sub-Committee

Decision published: 19/01/2023

Effective from: 26/01/2023

Decision:

The Sub-Committee has given approval to an application from Abney Scout & Guide Training and Residential Centre for a grant of £6,000 towards the cost of updating and modernising the centre’s existing toilets, disabled toilet, and shower facilities.

Lead officer: Charlotte Griffin


17/01/2023 - Nomination of LA School Governors - Mersey Vale, Hazel Grove and Ladybrook Primary Schools ref: 6080    For Determination

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Children, Families & Education

Decision published: 19/01/2023

Effective from: 26/01/2023

Decision:

The Cabinet Member for Children, Families & Education has given approval to the following nominations to the listed vacancies for the position of LA Governor:-

 

Nominations

Vacancy

 

 

Cllr T McGee

Mersey Vale Primary

 

 

Bethan Parry

Hazel Grove Primary

 

 

Sharon Tussie

Ladybrook Primary

 

Lead officer: Pam Dunham


18/01/2023 - Ward Flexibility Funding – Drawing Board Productions CIC ref: 6077    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Strategic Head of Service & Monitoring Officer (Legal and Democratic Governance)

Decision published: 19/01/2023

Effective from: 18/01/2023

Decision:

The Assistant Director - Legal and Democratic Governance and Monitoring Officer has given approval to an application from Drawing Board Productions CIC for a grant of £150 from the Ward Flexibility Fund budget (£50 from the Brinnington and Central and £100 from the Davenport and Cale Green ward allocations respectively) towards the cost of the first issue of a community newspaper ‘Arts & Culture Stockport’ that aims to increase the visibility and awareness of the arts and culture sector within Stockport.

The ward councillors have been consulted on this grant allocation and are in agreement that it be made.

Lead officer: Charlotte Griffin


18/01/2023 - Ward Flexibility Funding – Hurricane Cheerleaders ref: 6076    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Strategic Head of Service & Monitoring Officer (Legal and Democratic Governance)

Decision published: 19/01/2023

Effective from: 18/01/2023

Decision:

The Assistant Director - Legal and Democratic Governance and Monitoring Officer has given approval to an application from Hurricane Cheerleaders for a grant of £60 from the Ward Flexibility Fund budget (£40 from the Brinnington and Central and £20 from the Davenport and Cale Green ward allocations respectively) towards the cost of cheerleading competition entry fees.

The ward councillors have been consulted on this grant allocation and are in agreement that it be made.

Lead officer: Charlotte Griffin


11/01/2023 - Grosvenor Street, Hazel Grove ref: 6081    For Determination

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Highways, Parks and Leisure Services

Decision published: 19/01/2023

Effective from: 26/01/2023

Decision:

The Cabinet Member for Highways, Parks and Leisure Services has given approval to the legal advertising of the following traffic regulation orders, and subject to the receipt of no objections within 21 days of the advertisement date, the subsequent making of the orders at a cost of £960 to be funded from the Stepping Hill Area Committee’s Delegated Budget (Hazel Grove ward allocation):-

 

Revoke No Waiting at Any Time:

 

Grosvenor Street - North West side from a point 15 metres North East of the North Eastern kerb line of London Road for a distance of 21 metres in a North Easterly direction.

 

Grosvenor Street - South East side from a point 15 metres North East of the North Eastern kerb line of London Road for a distance of 31 metres in a North Easterly direction.

 

Revoke No Waiting and No Loading Monday to Friday 7.00am – 9.30am & 3.30pm – 6.30pm:

 

Grosvenor Street - Both sides from the North Eastern kerb line of London Road for a distance of 15 metres in a North Easterly direction.

 

Introduce No Waiting at Any Time and No Loading Monday to Friday 7.00am – 9.30am & 3.30 – 6.30pm:

 

Grosvenor Street - Both sides from the North Eastern kerb line of London Road for a distance of 15 metres in a North Easterly direction.

 

Introduce No Waiting at Any Time:

 

Grosvenor Street - North West side from a point 15 metres North East of the North Eastern kerb line of London Road for a distance of 21 metres in a North Easterly direction.

 

Grosvenor Street - South East side from a point 15 metres North East of the North Eastern kerb line of London Road for a distance of 5 metres in a North Easterly direction.

Wards affected: Hazel Grove;

Lead officer: Max Townsend


18/01/2023 - Proposed Traffic Regulation Order - Redbrow Hollow, Compstall ref: 6082    For Determination

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Highways, Parks and Leisure Services

Decision published: 19/01/2023

Effective from: 26/01/2023

Decision:

The Cabinet Member for Highways, Parks and Leisure Services has given approval to the legal advertising of the following Traffic Regulation Orders and, subject to the receipt of no objections within twenty one days of the advertisement date, the subsequent making of the orders at a cost of £1,100 to be funded from the Marple Area Committee’s Delegated Budget (Marple North ward allocation):-

 

‘No Waiting At Any Time’

 

Redbrow Hollow (East Side) From the intersection of the southern kerb line of Compstall Road, for a distance of 10 metres in a south westerly direction.

 

Compstall Road (South Side) From the intersection of the south east kerb line of Redbrow Hollow, for a distance of 16 metres in an south easterly direction.

Wards affected: Marple North;

Lead officer: Nicola Ryan


14/12/2022 - Proposed Traffic Regulation Order 'No Waiting at Any Time' on Ack Lane West, Cheadle Hulme ref: 6075    For Determination

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Highways, Parks and Leisure Services

Decision published: 17/01/2023

Effective from: 24/01/2023

Decision:

The Cabinet Member for Highways, Parks & Leisure Services has given approval to the legal advertising of the following traffic regulation order and, subject to the receipt of no objections within 21 days, the subsequent making of the order at a cost of £1,000 to be funded from the Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee’s Delegated Budget (Bramhall South & Woodford ward allocation:-

 

Revocation of existing Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) Schedule

 

No Waiting at Any Time

 

Ack Lane West, Cheadle Hulme (North East Side) - From a point 25 metres north west of the projected northerly kerb line of Hollythorn Avenue, to a point 30 metres south east of the projected southerly kerb line of Hollythorn Avenue.

 

Proposed Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) Schedule

 

No Waiting at Any Time

 

Ack Lane West, Cheadle Hulme (North East Side) - From a point 35 metres north west of the projected northerly kerb line of Hollythorn Avenue, to a point 30 meters south east of the projected southerly kerb line of Hollythorn Avenue.

Wards affected: Bramhall South & Woodford;

Lead officer: Nicola Ryan